Deck One Industrial Edition. This is an excellent deck of cards, designed by Homer Anthony Liwag. It is a very special edition that will become a rare deck in the future so buy it soon before it sells out.
They sell for $9.00 and are well worth it.
The tuck box is made with 25% thicker stock than normal Bicycle cards. The box has a gunmetal look, with a machine gear design on the back.
The front of the box has the Industrial Edition and a split spade that looks like it was stamped on the box. It is stunning and very appealing to the eye.
The bottom of the box has the Theory11 logo printed on it.
These decks glisten in the light and are made in limited quantities.
This deck fans, spreads and faroes perfectly... It is a dream to work with and I cannot put this rating lower than 9/10.
The back of the cards have a futuristic machine gear design in black, with white borders.
The number cards have a dark red (diamonds, hearts) pips and a dark black (clubs, spades) pips on them. They are very unique in design and print.
The Ace of Spades has a split spade with another machine part in the middle, and has INDUSTRIAL written at the top. The spade has a faded smudged look to it.
The Court Cards are very unique in appearance; they also have colored pips with faded coloring and a smokey, smudged look. They look very cool.
The joker has the word joker written on the top left, and bottom right of the card.
The design stays with the theme of the deck, with another futuristic machine part, faded, and smudged black.
The deck comes with two joker cards, a double-backed gaff card and a Theory11 advert card. I do not know why they put an advert card in the deck because I know where they have come from.
Overall look of the deck... 10/10
This a really fantastic deck of cards... 9/10
Get them while you can; they are highly recommended from me, Billy!!
You will struggle to find another deck like this for a while. Worth every dollar in my opinion.
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